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DirtyMagic97

Whiskey

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To all you whiskey connoisseurs out there; What are your favorite types of whiskey? I'd like to hear some recommendations. Here are mine

The Macallan 21: Lighter whiskey, very smooth, spicy, with moderate hints of orange.

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Glenlivet 18: Very good. Robust, floral flavor. Very good for drinking straight up. Has a bite at the end that lets you know you have a whiskey solid in your glass.

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I have become very fond of Gentleman Jack, but a connoisseur I am not...

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Tallisker all the way (18 especially)

I've seen Talisker 18 at the stores. I'll have to try it next time. I almost bought it once, but went with The Dalmore instead.

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I don't drink Scotch or any of that mess...I'm a beer man.

But on fishing trips my buddies like Spaeburn for the price and quality.

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Irish: Jamison 12y/o or Bushmills 10y/o single Malt

Scotch: Dalwhinnie 15y/o Single Malt

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Makers Mark is my standard order at the bar, although interestingly, I have never purchased a bottle.

I don't always drink Scotch...but when I do, I prefer Cutty Sark. Very flavorful, and remarkably smooth for a whiskey.

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take that bourbon talk elsewhere.

We're talkin 'bout real whiskey here.

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Maker's is the best all-around. Smooth, just enough spice, and the price for the quality is impossible to beat. It's a high-end liquor for the working man.

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Clynelish and Macallan 12 for everyday drinking

Usquebach is the GOAT but it's impossible to find these days. Distillery has been sold and new producers are trying to bring it back. It won't be the same.

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